JUNIOR WILDLIFE PROGRAM
Junior Wildlife Program (JWP) Family Event
APRIL 28TH • 12pm-5pm at Wildlife Rescue Center
The WRC Junior Wildlife Program is hosting Let's G.O.! (Get Outside). We're encouraging intergenerational groups of people to get outside together to be active, have fun, and connect with nature.
Families, teachers, students, mentors, grandparents and grand friends- and especially children and youth-are invited to participate. This youth-led event will be hosted and created by the current
members of JWP. SAVE THE DATE! Download Flyer
The Junior Wildlife Program (JWP) is an ongoing school-year program that offers young people the chance to become "volunteers" at the Wildlife Rescue Center. Youth ages 6-12 can sign up to be a Junior
Wildlife Member, and participants typically meet one Sunday afternoon per month. The program offers hands-on activities to educate and inspire our members to make a difference with both wildlife and
in the environment.
Though Junior Members do not directly handle any animals, they will have the opportunity to observe the animals in our care and learn about wildlife rehabilitation. Experiences in the program increase
their understanding of wildlife and the issues that they face. The Wildlife Rescue Center strives to instill respect for all life and appreciation for our natural resources.
JWP members also have the opportunity to be rewarded for self-directed learning through our Activity Tracker journal, prizes, and recognition. There are no minimum participation requirements for
JOIN THE FUN!
An $85 annual membership fee covers the cost of t-shirts, supplies, and prizes for Junior Members. Limited scholarships may be available to qualifying participants.
If you're ready to join in today, please call (636) 394-1880 or email email@example.com